New Star Trek Images!

After a rather long silence the Star Trek marketing has stepped up a gear today, with the release of some new images. They all popped up on different sites and the first image gives us our first look at the crew.

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From left to right: Anton Yelchin as Chekov, Chris Pine as James T. Kirk, Simon Pegg as Lt. Montgomery Scott, Karl Urban as Dr. McCoy, John Cho as Sulu and Zoe Saldana as Uhura.

From JoBlo we have our first look at Nero, played by Eric Bana.

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Below is AICN’s photo of Zachary Quinto as Spock.

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TrekMovie got a first look at the USS Kelvin, a Federation starship from the generation before the Enterprise.

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MTV has our first look at the bridge of the starship.

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IGN got an image of Chris Pine as James T. Kirk coming out of, what may be, the NCC-1701 escape pod.

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I will update with more images as they come!

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  • http://www.fcdg.biz/ jt

    Awesome! Can’t wait for the film.

  • http://www.fcdg.biz jt

    Awesome! Can’t wait for the film.

  • Gary

    Spock without Nimoy and Kirk without Shatner? Big shoes to fill.

  • Gary

    Spock without Nimoy and Kirk without Shatner? Big shoes to fill.

  • Josh

    My mind is blowing up. CAN’T WAIT for this film. The new spock looks awesome. Big shoes to fill, I agree. But I think they nailed the casting.

  • Josh

    My mind is blowing up. CAN’T WAIT for this film. The new spock looks awesome. Big shoes to fill, I agree. But I think they nailed the casting.

  • http://www.myspace.com/mimiskindacool mimi

    big shoes to fill, for some. big heads to fill for kirk.

  • http://www.myspace.com/mimiskindacool mimi

    big shoes to fill, for some. big heads to fill for kirk.

  • Spock’s cousin Murray

    Why does an earlier model starship look like it has more technology onboard? Did they fall prey to “George Lucas syndrome”? Pine and Quinto better act like Oscar winners if they hope to make somehting of this.

    I smell a stinkeroo and the end of the Trek franchise.

  • Spock’s cousin Murray

    Why does an earlier model starship look like it has more technology onboard? Did they fall prey to “George Lucas syndrome”? Pine and Quinto better act like Oscar winners if they hope to make somehting of this.

    I smell a stinkeroo and the end of the Trek franchise.

  • vanessa

    Chris Pine is such a hot piece of A** !!! I can’t wait for this movie and he’s the only reason I’m even watching it

  • vanessa

    Chris Pine is such a hot piece of A** !!! I can’t wait for this movie and he’s the only reason I’m even watching it

  • Meredith

    Chekov did not show up until the second season of the original. Where are Yeoman Rand and Nurse Chapel? I am an original Trekker and I have my doubts about this movie. Don’t mess with success.

    • ian fishwick

      I agree. It's ridiculous that Yeoman Rand and Nurse Chapel are not in – and also Lieutenant Kyle. I Grace Lee Whitney had not been sexually assaulted and subsequently fired back in 1966 her character would have still been the FOURTH most important in the franchise. The latest producers should be ashamed to be going along with this party line.

      • John Bailey

        I agree with this.Its clear that the first six Star Trek films in the late 1970's – 1980's deliberately ignored the fact that Yeoman Rand and Nurse Chapel were characters as equally important as the others. And its true that Grace Lee Whitney was assaulted then fired as a cover up. Its also clear that her character was originally the fourth in importance. They should be in the film. And Lieutenant Kyle – he was the posh sounding englishman, wasn't he.

  • Meredith

    Chekov did not show up until the second season of the original. Where are Yeoman Rand and Nurse Chapel? I am an original Trekker and I have my doubts about this movie. Don’t mess with success.

    • ian fishwick

      I agree. It's ridiculous that Yeoman Rand and Nurse Chapel are not in – and also Lieutenant Kyle. I Grace Lee Whitney had not been sexually assaulted and subsequently fired back in 1966 her character would have still been the FOURTH most important in the franchise. The latest producers should be ashamed to be going along with this party line.

      • John Bailey

        I agree with this.Its clear that the first six Star Trek films in the late 1970's – 1980's deliberately ignored the fact that Yeoman Rand and Nurse Chapel were characters as equally important as the others. And its true that Grace Lee Whitney was assaulted then fired as a cover up. Its also clear that her character was originally the fourth in importance. They should be in the film. And Lieutenant Kyle – he was the posh sounding englishman, wasn't he.

  • Talk to the hand phaser becaus

    In the MTV picture, Kirk looks a lot like Doctor Evil’s son, Scott, in his sinister black outfit. I Like his hi-tech swivelling chair but where are the freakin sharks with phasers?!!

  • Talk to the hand phaser because the bridge isn’t listening!

    In the MTV picture, Kirk looks a lot like Doctor Evil’s son, Scott, in his sinister black outfit. I Like his hi-tech swivelling chair but where are the freakin sharks with phasers?!!

  • Imajicka1

    Meredith, Chekov had a bigger role on the original series than either Rand or Chapel. In fact, the only movie Rand was in was the Original Motion Picture, and most casual Trekkers don’t remember Chapel.

  • Imajicka1

    Meredith, Chekov had a bigger role on the original series than either Rand or Chapel. In fact, the only movie Rand was in was the Original Motion Picture, and most casual Trekkers don’t remember Chapel.

  • Darkhorse

    Grace Lee Whitney may have had very small parts in the final cuts of these films, but she was nevertheless a character: ST:The Motion Picture as CPO Janice Rand; ST III: The Search for Spock; ST IV: The Voyage Home as Commander Janice Rand; and ST VI: The Undiscovered Country again as Commander Rand. In fact, although Walter Koenig was definitely a bigger star in the series as Checkov, you could say Whitney outlasted him because she was present on Captain Sulu’s USS Excelsior in the excellent 1996 episode of Voyager entitled “Flashback.” I believe she might have been Captain Sulu’s first officer, although her screen time was minimal.

  • Darkhorse

    Grace Lee Whitney may have had very small parts in the final cuts of these films, but she was nevertheless a character: ST:The Motion Picture as CPO Janice Rand; ST III: The Search for Spock; ST IV: The Voyage Home as Commander Janice Rand; and ST VI: The Undiscovered Country again as Commander Rand. In fact, although Walter Koenig was definitely a bigger star in the series as Checkov, you could say Whitney outlasted him because she was present on Captain Sulu’s USS Excelsior in the excellent 1996 episode of Voyager entitled “Flashback.” I believe she might have been Captain Sulu’s first officer, although her screen time was minimal.

  • http://www.italkfilm.com/ italkfilm

    I hope they do justice to Star Trek. Can’t wait to see it .

  • http://www.italkfilm.com italkfilm

    I hope they do justice to Star Trek. Can’t wait to see it .

  • itsalljustaride

    I have grave doubts about this film. The Trek franchise took a steep nose-dive around the time of Voyager. I guess they’re trying to revive it by going back to familiar characters, but it just doesn’t look right. these actors look like they should be on the Disney Channel or Heroes, not Star Trek.

  • itsalljustaride

    I have grave doubts about this film. The Trek franchise took a steep nose-dive around the time of Voyager. I guess they’re trying to revive it by going back to familiar characters, but it just doesn’t look right. these actors look like they should be on the Disney Channel or Heroes, not Star Trek.